Maximilian Odendahl

Maximilian is on a mission to solve the productivity gap of multicore processors, one of the biggest challenges today in electronics. He is co-founder and CEO of Silexica, offering the SLX technology for automatic parallelization, mapping workloads to heterogeneous hardware and software-hardware co-design. He has received a Computer Engineering diploma from RWTH Aachen University in 2010 and has joined the Institute for Communication Technologies and Embedded Systems (ICE) afterwards as a full-time research assistant and Ph.D. student. From May 2013 until December 2014, he was the Chief Engineer of the Chair for Software for Systems on Silicon leading around 10 research assistants.

Silexica GmbH

Multicore Programming Made Easy Why Silexica? Advanced multicore hardware platforms are nowadays finding their irreversible way into every electronic device manufactured. These platforms are currently programmed manually, which is difficult, time-consuming and error-prone. With the number of processor cores continuously rising, the software design complexity continues to explode. Without Software Design Automation tools, this challenge can’t be solved. The award-winning SLX Tool Suite is an automated software development tool for Multicore Software Developers and HW/SW System Architects. Key Features Automatic parallelization of legacy code Automatic software distribution to multicore platforms HW/SW co-design of next generation products Key Benefits: Improves performance, utilization and energy consumption Reduces time-to-market of new products Boosts productivity of software designers and hardware system architects Applications Every electronic device manufacturer is faced with the multicore challenge creating various application scenarios for Silexica tools. Especially the exploding embedded high performance computing market is suffering from a lack of productivity Wireless Communication Embedded Vision Automotive

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